• Gonorrhea Mouth

    Gonorrhea Mouth

    It is very hard to notice the synonyms of the Gonorrhea Mouth. If one is lucky enough to see the signs they should go doctor as early as possible for check up. If they can […]

  • Gonorrhea Male

    Gonorrhea Male

    Gonorrhea is transferred from one person to another through anal, vaginal, and oral contacts. Gonorrhea Male is one of the frequently asked questions. The males have 20% chance of getting the gonorrhea while having sex […]

  • Epidermoid Cyst

    Epidermoid Cyst

    Epidermoid cyst is the most common type of skin infection. They occur anywhere on the human body but they mostly appear on the face or the upper trunk or the neck. An epidermoid cyst consists […]

  • Epidermal Cyst

    Epidermal Cyst

    Epidermal cyst is a closed sac that lies beneath the skin with an oily substance. The epidermal cysts usually occur due from the swollen hair follicles. A cyst can also occur from a skin trauma. […]

  • Ephelis


    Ephelis are small group of concentrated melanin which is visible in people having fair complexion. An ephelis is also known as freckles. Ephelis do not have melanocytes (cells which produce melanin). Ephelis is different from […]

  • Ependymoma


    Ependymoma is a type of brain tumor. It develops from the ependymal cells that line the ventricles of the brain and the spinal cord’s central canal. Ependymoma can occur anywhere in the brain or spine […]

  • Eosinophilic Folliculitis

    Eosinophilic Folliculitis

    Eosinophilic Folliculitis is the infection or inflammation of one or multiple hair follicles. Eosinophilic Folliculitis affects both men and women irrespective of the age. They develop in any part of the body, however, the most […]

  • Entropion


    Entropion is a condition where the edges of the eyelid turn in so that the eyelashes rub against the surface of the eye. It usually affects the lower eyelid. This condition can be present at […]

  • Endoplasmic Reticulum

    Endoplasmic Reticulum

    Endoplasmic reticulum is the network of flattened sacs and tubules which perform different functions in the cell. Two regions in the endoplasmic reticulum differ from each other in terms of structure and function. One of […]

  • Endophthalmitis


    Endophthalmitis is a condition where there is a swelling within the eyeball. Infection from bacteria or other microorganisms result in the occurrence of Endophthalmitis. It can also be caused due to complication of the cataract […]

  • Endometriosis


    Endometriosis occurs when the tissues behaving like endometrium or cells lining the uterus grow in other parts of the body which causes irregular bleeding, pain and possibly infertility. The abnormal growth in tissues occurs in […]

  • Endometrial Hyperplasia

    Endometrial Hyperplasia

    Endometrial hyperplasia is the abnormal or excessive thickening of endometrium, the lining of the uterus. The endometrium thickens every month in order to get ready for pregnancy. In case the pregnancy does not occur, then […]

  • Dermatofibroma


    Dermatofibroma mostly occurs in women. It is also called histiocytoma. It generally forms as a reaction to previous injuries like insect bites, thorn pricks etc. They are composed of disordered collagen. This particular disease is […]

  • Cyanosis


    Cyanosis refers to a bluish skin color or that of mucus membranes that occurs mainly due to insufficient amount of oxygen in the blood. As per the cause of cyanosis, one may experience sudden shortness […]

  • Cutaneous Papilloma

    Cutaneous Papilloma

    Cutaneous papilloma refers to a small skin tag with or without a stalk or a peduncle, appearing on any part of the skin of the body, from eyelids, to the neck, to armpits, to the […]

  • Cutaneous Horn

    Cutaneous Horn

    Cutaneous Horn can be defined as a clinical diagnosis for a conical projection above the skin surface that appears similar to a miniature horn. While the base of the horn could be flat or nodular, […]

  • Cushing’s Syndrome

    Cushing’s Syndrome

    Cushing’s syndrome or Hypercortisolism, refers to a disorder that erupts when the human body experiences high degree of the hormone cortisol, or when the body consumes excessive cortisol or other corticosteroid medications like prednisolone and […]

  • Cuboid Bone

    Cuboid Bone

    The cuboid bone is referred to as one of the 7 tarsal foot bones of the human body, on the lateral side (outside) of the foot that plays a pivotal role of stabilizing the foot […]

  • CT Machine

    CT Machine

    CT (Computed Tomography) Machine is referred to as a medical imaging technique deploying tomography by making use of a digital geometry process to create a three-dimensional image of the internals of an object through a […]

  • Cryoglobulinaemia


    Cryoglobulinaemia indicates the existence of abnormal proteins inside the blood, which eventually thicken like gel in cold temperatures and blocks blood vessels across the body. This brings about complications like skin rashes, to even kidney […]